Now enrolling for 2023-2024!
The form to register for individual lessons will be sent to each family after the following steps are completed.
- Confirm lesson day/time/duration
- Teacher confirms with Registration Coordinator
- Registration Coordinator sends links to each family to register.
- Register! Payment plans and discounts are available.
New families: Please contact COMinfo@hudsonmontessori.com to check teacher availability and begin the scheduling and registration process.
Learn more about piano lessons at COM
Piano music lessons are tailored to the unique needs of the individual student. Students work from a variety of traditional and contemporary method and supplemental books chosen to complement their current level of achievement as well as their personal interests. Music reading, piano technique and musicality are addressed from the start. Rote learning might also be included. Students are taught to identify challenges as they arise and to work methodically, using strategies modeled during lessons, to overcome obstacles. Daily practice and receptiveness to the teacher’s instruction will result in solid technique, understanding of musical concepts, a growing sense of accomplishment and increasing appreciation and love for music. Students are encouraged to perform in a variety of settings throughout the year.
A traditional, acoustic piano is strongly recommended for piano study. All digital instruments must be approved prior to acceptance into the program.
On each registration form for our programs is our attendance policy:
- "If Hudson Montessori School is closed due to weather or other emergency, lessons and rehearsals occurring on campus and in person are automatically cancelled. Absences, whether in-person or online, on the part of the student are forfeited; absences, whether in-person or online, on the part of the instructor will be made up or credited. Conservatory of Music at HMS reserves the right to dismiss the student if the student is absent for more than three consecutive lessons/rehearsals."
This policy is in place to promote progress and growth which comes through consistent commitment.
These weeks are built into the schedule for teachers make up for lessons missed. There are no regularly scheduled lessons during these weeks.